08 Apr 21Reopening and third confinementDue to the third confinement, Fort Liédot will unfortunately not be able to open its doors in April 2021.
We are not yet able to announce a reopening date, but we hope to be able to welcome you again from June.
We will keep you informed as soon as possible.
Thank you for your understanding.
See you soon.
The Fort Liédot team
02 Oct 20CLOSINGFort Liédot closes its doors for the winter. We look forward to seeing you again in spring 2021!
23 Sep 20Exceptional rate on September 29 and 30, 2020For the last two opening days of Fort Liédot, we offer an exceptional rate of € 3 for the visit without a guide and € 4.5 for the guided tour.
23 Sep 20Dismantling of the exhibition TracesThe temporary TRACES exhibition, on display at Fort Liédot, will be dismantled on September 29 and 30. If you still haven't seen it, run to the fort until September 28 included!
17 Sep 20European Heritage DaysSaturday 19 and Sunday 20 September
For the European Heritage Days, Fort Liédot is pleased to welcome you free of charge from 12 p.m. to 5.30 p.m. (last entry at 5 p.m. )!
Don't forget to go through the ticket office to be counted and receive your visit document! ;-)
For children aged 6 to 12, we offer the adventurer challenge: search for clues scattered around the fort to solve puzzles!
For older children, we organize Quarter-Hour History (s) throughout the day on the Place d'Armes, to the sound of the bell: come and discover Liédot's history and ask your questions!
10 Sep 20Exceptional openingTUESDAY SEPTEMBER 15
OPEN AT 1:30 PM
WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING
19 Jul 20Exceptional schedulesWe bring to your attention that exceptional opening hours are in place for the end of July:
- JULY 30, 2020: CLOSING AT 5.30 p.m.
- JULY 31, 2020: OPEN AT 12 PM
We thank you for your understanding.
28 Jun 20TRACES ExhibitionJune 20 to September 30, 2020
Entrance to Fort Liédot gives you access to our temporary TRACES exhibition on the traces, signs and graffiti of Aix Island and Fort Liédot. This exhibition highlights the historical context of these traces as well as the artistic interpretations of Monique Josse and Claude Colas (visual artists), Jef Rabillon (photographer) and Joël Bastard (writer, poet).
Let yourself be seduced ...
26 Jun 20Shop News
The Fort Liédot team is delighted to announce the opening of its shop!
In our shop, we sell all kinds of items:
- books on Fort Liédot, Fort Boyard, the fortifications of the Charente coast, the island of Aix, Napoleon ... for children and old adults
- souvenir objects (magnets, figurines, games of 7 families...)
But also articles stamped Fort Liédot made in France and / or in natural material of French origin:
- poplar pencils
- cork pencils cases
- glass flasks
- cardboard notepads
New this year!
Sale of drinks and snacks which you can enjoy on our terrace.
Come see us!
08 Jun 20Visit conditions - COVID-19In order to guarantee the best health and safety conditions for your visit, we thank you for respecting the following instructions:
Your security is our priority.
- I respect barrier gestures, social distancing and security, hygiene and circulation instructions of the site.
- I wear a mask if I am 10 years old or more.
- I disinfect my hands when entering and leaving the site, when I go to the toilets, and during the visit if I touch or manipulate exhibited items, with the hydroalcoholic gel at my disposal.
- I hold right when walking through the exhibition spaces.
- I respect waiting areas to avoid congestion in the exhibition spaces.
Our teams are equipped with masks and disinfect daily contact areas, to guarantee you the best conditions for your visit.
Good visit !
11 Mar 20Reopening of the site on June 20!Fort Liédot is pleased to reopen its doors!
From June 20: open on Saturdays, Sundays and Wednesdays, from 12 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.
From July 4 to August 30: open daily, from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
From August 31 to September 30: open every day except Friday, from 12 p.m. to 5.30 p.m.